Sunday, 6 August 2017
This Monday 7 August, I am presenting Four (2017), a new performance at Guest Projects, London as part of the opening of Lost Senses a programme of events and workshops curated by Linda Rocco. This new work with four bodies in response to the peculiar architecture of the space, uses a score by Mira Calix and the building’s supporting pillars as starting point for this new live work. Featuring dancers: Elina Akhmetova, Iris Chan, Piedad Seiquer and Lucy Suggate.
The evening is 6-9pm, and performance will be around 7.15pm, followed by a live set by Lawrence Lek and Clifford Sage.
LOST SENSES curated by Linda Rocco
7 August - 4 September 2017
Featuring artists: JocJonJosch, Lawrence Lek & Clifford Sage, Laura Wilson, Harold Offeh, Charles Michel, JoDI, Georgia Lucas-Going, the Uncollective & Sara Sassanelli, Tom Railton, Rhine Bernardino, Katharine Vega, Pier Giorgio De Pinto, Eliza Soroga, Andrea Maciel, Luli Perez, Sharon Gal, Diana Policarpo, House of Absolute, Nora Silva, Paloma Proudfoot, Luca Bosani, Finn Thomson, Beatrice Bonafini, Nataliya Chernakova, Federico Guardabrazo, Jay Jay Revlon and more to be announced.
LOST SENSES is a living space for encounters, open every day to everyone.
Revisiting the exhibition as format and exploring the gallery space as a fluid cultural site, artists and practitioners will work in close relation with people reorganising the self’s relation to perception.
The one-month campus wants to create collective experiences and ways to actively participate in everyday life, remembering that embodiment is not just textual but consumed by a world filled with smells, textures, sights, sounds and tastes. Generating a re-opening of senses exploring otherness, lost and participation, everyday life will be critically tested as a never static reality made of bodies, time and experiences. Mainly working as a hub for thinkers and a space for reverie, LOST SENSES will offer daily live experiences to engage diverse audiences through meaningful inter(actions), opening up reflections on a wider scale through processes of documentation and mediation.
The campus will use Live art to explore the now: to reorganise, open and reshape senses, generating reflections on our own identities, our communities and beyond.